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The Tower of Babel, World Empire and Human Presumption

SYNOPSIS:Presumptions of global empire are a legacy of the incident at the Tower of Babel, the first attempt at universal rule, and the backstory of Daniel’s Theology of History
The book of Daniel begins by presenting a key theme that is demonstrated in history: God reigns over the kingdoms of the world. It also looks back to the first empire that set the pattern for all subsequent attempts at global rule, the Tower of Babel incident. Despite appearances, God governs history. Every human attempt to seize sovereignty is presumption upon God's prerogative (Genesis 11:1-9).
(Daniel 4:17) – “The Most-High rules in the kingdom of men, and gives it to whomever he will, and sets up over it the lowest of men.”
The king of Babylon overthrew the king of Judah and removed the golden vessels from the Temple to the “treasure-house of his god in the land of Shinar,” a tribute to the superiority of his god. The destruction of Judah occurred because “the Lord gave it into the king’s hand” (Daniel 1:…

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